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Lake County Sheriff Information
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office is committed to serving and protecting the citizens and visitors of the county. The department is comprised of several divisions and units including Administration, Homeland Security Unit, Operations, Office of Professional Standards, Business Office, and the Corrections Division. The Administrative Division is responsible for providing support services and training to all employees of the department. The Homeland Security Unit is responsible for collaborating with other law enforcement agencies to protect the community against any terrorist attack or natural disaster. The Operations Division is responsible in providing first responder police services to emergency situations, investigate incidents of criminal activity, identify and apprehend criminal offenders. The head of the LCSO is Sheriff John Idleburg.
Lake County Sheriff’s Office Address:
25 S Martin Luther King Jr Ave, Waukegan, IL 60085
Lake County Sheriff’s Office Phone:
847-377-4000 or 847-549-5200
847-377-4000 or 847-549-5200 Fax:
Lake County is located in the northeastern corner of Illinois, right along the shore of Lake Michigan. The county seat is Waukegan which is the ninth largest city in the state. According to the 2010 census, there are 703,462 people living in this county which makes this the third most populated county in the state. The total area of the county measures 1,368 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate Lake: 154
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Lake County Jail Information
The Corrections Division of the Lake County Sheriff’s Office oversees the operations of the Lake County Sheriff’s Adult Corrections Facility. The jail can house up to 740 inmates. The facility utilizes a video visitation program that allows family members and friends to visit inmates in the comfort of their own home or through their own electronic device. You can schedule an on-site or at-home visit online through the Securus Technologies website. Video visitation hours are Sunday through Saturday from 9 to 10:30am, 11:45am to 2:30pm, and 5:30 to 9:30pm.
Lake County Sheriff’s Adult Corrections Facility Address:
20 S County Street, Waukegan, IL 60085
Lake County Sheriff’s Adult Corrections Facility Phone:
Lake County Sheriff’s Adult Corrections Facility Fax:
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office maintains an online database of information on all inmates currently housed in the Adult Corrections Facility. You can use this database to locate an inmate in this facility. The information stored here includes the inmate’s complete name, address, booking number, sex, status, and charge information.
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Corrections Officer. The starting salary is $25.57 per hour. The duties of this position include maintaining a safe environment for staff and inmates. Applicants are required to be able to work all shifts and have completed Illinois Basic Corrections Officer Training. Applications for this position can only be submitted online.
Lake County Sheriff Office: 25 N Martin Luther King Jr Ave, Waukegan, IL 60085, United States
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Tonight, Deputy Mark Vice and Deputy Brad Meister helped Luke 3:11 Share Center restock their food pantry and helped share meals with 124 people in need! 24/7, we are here for YOU! #CommunityPartnerships https://t.co/DWt1fA3Qia
CONGRATULATIONS Sergeant Tom Struck on graduating from @NUCPS of Police Staff and Command! The School of Police Staff and Command provides college-level instruction in a total of twenty-seven core blocks of instruction. https://t.co/K025EosAq2
Throwback to about two decades ago, when this group of eager deputies were just getting started! Happy 19-year-anniversary! L to R: Sergeant Scott Morrison, Sergeant Tom Struck, Deputy Lorne White #ThrowbackThursday https://t.co/p1juiNOtFr
Deputy Bobby Skrypek and Deputy Ryan Eagar claim they didn’t call each other this morning to coordinate their off-duty attire, but they are #Twinning all the way down to the same boots! Please excuse the photobomb from DC Chris Thompson! https://t.co/qoX40XQU0a
Deputy Dave McNichol and Deputy Chris King had a great time meeting an awesome group of students today during a Career Day presentation at Robert Abbott Middle School in Waukegan! Thanks for having us!! #CommunityPartnerships #FutureGeneration https://t.co/sUtCaBnLKe
CONGRATS to Det LaKesha Wilkerson! She received the Law Enforcement Award from the Lake County Juvenile Officer’s Association for her dedication protecting children. Det Wilkerson is assigned to the Advocacy Center where she investigates physical & sexual crimes against children. https://t.co/5ygXYsAmCz
SHOUTOUT to Deputy Ed Peavey! After responding to an alarm call at a school, he stopped by one of the classrooms, spoke to the class about law-enforcement, then bought the entire class candy bars that the school was selling as a fundraiser. #BuildingBridges #CommunityPartnerships https://t.co/Oa9Mo18lqJ
Some of our Sheriff’s Detectives working hard today processing hundreds of burglary proceeds from a recent arrest/search warrant. Detectives will work to reunite the property with their rightful owners! https://t.co/mToTHrpxTA
Lake County is such a great place to live and work, with such a supporting community!! Yesterday, students and staff at Laremont School and Gages Lake School surprised Deputy Fiore with an impromptu law-enforcement appreciation day assembly! #CommunityPartnerships #ProudToServe https://t.co/SgRKiwRngS
On Law Enforcement Appreciation Day we want to take a moment and thank all of our hardworking sheriff’s deputies who work hard to keep the Lake County Community safe. We are grateful for their dedication and bravery! #LawEnforcementAppreciationDay2020 https://t.co/l2wvWsVRtd